A summary title of the key points detailing a tract of land, for ownership; abstract of title. (noun)
Apart from practice or reality; vague; theoretical; impersonal; not applied. (adjective)
To draw off (interest or attention). (verb)
Examples of word abstract
The term abstract comes from the Latin word abstractus, which literally means "drawn away".
Taking fifteen minutes to review your title abstract and history as well as the plat or a survey of the parcel and then walk the property to verify the information.
The use of the word abstract is not used in a literal manner for example geometric shapes or blocks of colour.
Now the Indian language, although quite sufficient for Indian wants, is poor, and has not the same copiousness as ours, because they do not require the words to explain what we term abstract ideas.
Now, the Indian language, although quite sufficient for Indian wants, is poor, and has not the same copiousness as ours, because they do not require the words to explain what we term abstract ideas.
Company's consumer, commercial and other lending businesses; current and future capital management programs; non-interest income levels, including fees from the title abstract subsidiary and banking services as well as product sales; tangible capital generation; market share; expense levels; and other business operations and strategies.
Bernard, nothing more than the abstract is available on the net for free.
The journal's web site hasn't been updated to the current issue, so not even the abstract is available at the moment.
From these metaphysics, which are mingled with the Scripture to make School divinity, we are told there be in the world certain essences separated from bodies, which they call abstract essences, and substantial forms; for the interpreting of which jargon, there is need of somewhat more than ordinary attention in this place.
Compassion in the abstract is all well and good -- every sperm is sacred, every child must be born, every life must be saved (well, as long as they have a good lawyer, and that doesn't include the death penalty).